How to start your own podcast for free.

Podcasting is a great way to share your creative passion or market your business, service or product. If You're just looking to test the waters without making a big investment, you should look at the free options available for starting a podcast. YouTube YouTube generates billions of views daily and is free to use. You … Continue reading How to start your own podcast for free.

Try Multicultural Cuisine In Soho Rd, Handsworth’s Diverse Eateries

If you've never been to Soho Rd, Handsworth, you're missing out on a rich, diverse melting pot of South Asian, Middle Eastern and hybrid cafes, takeaways and restaurants. If you fancy a taste experience outside of the comfort zone, you will be in for a pleasant surprise. Handsworth represents the diverseness of Birmingham's cultural heritage. … Continue reading Try Multicultural Cuisine In Soho Rd, Handsworth’s Diverse Eateries

Blog Roll Call 001-Education Blog Posts You Need To Read Today

Blog posts are great for learning new information. Many blogs are run by professionals who share their valuable wisdom and knowledge on all kinds of subjects. This 'Blog Roll Call' feature contributions from education sites, Minds In Bloom, Autism Classroom Resources, and a podcast interview with Professor Don Tillman on The ABC Network about reducing autism stigma.

Burn It with Fire? This Spider Could Save Lives

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Spiders scare us, grown ups and children alike. The tabloids are full of click bait headlines about the latest ‘deadly’ spider but what if a spider could save lives? According to Australian newspaper, The Herald Sun, a huge funnel spider caught in New South Wales is now in the custody of the Somersby Australian Reptile … Continue reading Burn It with Fire? This Spider Could Save Lives

BBC Radio 4-Seriously 06 02 2018-Sylvia Pankhurst, Honorary Ethiopian Unofficial Show Notes

Emmeline, Christabel e Sylvia Pankhurst (Wikimedia Commons)

2018 marks 100 years since the first time British women were given the right to vote. Rhianna Dhillon introduces Dr Helen Pankhurst, great-granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst and granddaughter of Sylvia Pankhurst, the famous leaders of the Suffragettes. Dr Pankhurst is a senior advisor to CARE International in Ethiopia and the UK. We learn how Dr Helen's grandmother, Sylvia became an honorary Ethiopian due to her fight for human rights in Ethiopia during Mussolini's 1930s invasion of the country.